Horizon Photography Summit
Nov. 2, 3, 4, 2018
Newark, Delaware
Details Coming Soon

Friday Programs

Friday programs do not require attending the Summit.
Programs are held in Chesapeake City, Maryland at Horizon's studio,
40 minutes southwest of Summit location in Wilmington.

A Day of Creative Inspiration & Shooting

Tony Sweet

Friday, Mar. 4, 10:00am - 5:30pm

Fee: $160
Class Size: Minimum 10 / Maximum 20
10:00 - 10:30Opening comments + What's-in-my-bag.
10:30 - 12:00Creating Compelling Composition
Tony discusses and illustrates traditional and creative compositional techniques. From isolating and simplifying the subject, to framing, to the creative use of line and much more, the information and tips provided are guaranteed to increase the visual impact of your images.
12:00 - 1:00Lunch
  1:00 - 3:30Photowalk with Tony in Chesapeake City
  4:00 - 5:30Creative Use of Plugins
Plugins can just as easily be used to make basic image adjustments as to create more painterly, non-traditional images. One does not have to be a Photoshop guru to get beautiful, complicated, creative effects. In this presentation, Tony illustrates the normal and creative uses available with NIK, Topaz, Macphun, and other plugins.

Photoshop Elements: Beyond the Basics

Hazel Meredith

Friday, Mar. 4, 9:30am - 5:30pm

Fee: $140

  Hazel shows how the "Power of Layers" can make your editing go quicker, smoother, and easier while providing "non-destructive" editing, giving you the versatility to return to your original image and make further adjustments. She demonstrates the basic adjustment Layers (correcting color, saturation and contrast) and the use of four types of Layers. She also explains some of Elements' most used tools, including making selections and how masking can simplify many processes. She demonstrates how filters, textures, shapes, and type can jazz up your images. She shows how you can change the effect of a layer by utilizing blending modes and opacity levels and how more advanced functions of layers can help your workflow. She concludes with sharpening, sizing and saving photos. Note: Each student will be given a CD with images so everyone can follow along together. Hazel also provides class notes for reference and practice at home.

Prerequisites: A basic knowledge of computers and familiarity with Elements' basic functions (this is an intermediate level class).